The Scottish Lowland Football League and RockSport Radio are delighted to announce a comprehensive media partnership which will see the League featured prominently on Scotland’s best independent sports radio station.
Following a meeting of the Lowland League board last night, Selkirk’s resignation from the GeoSonic Lowland League has been accepted.
The draw for the 2018-19 William Hill Scottish Cup First Round took place at Hampden Park yesterday. Host Luke Shanley was joined by Robbie Neilson and Charlie Flynn.
To say we at the Roundup were excited about the big kick off in the Lowland League would be a slight understatement. At one point, the room in which we were locked over the close-season was so buzzing that the door hinges almost gave way, giving us a glimpse of the promise of the outside world.
The new Lowland League season is almost upon us and to get you in the mood, we asked our reporters to take a look at the teams involved.
Here are some of Michael Park’s thoughts on Dalbeattie Star, East Stirlingshire, Kelty Hearts, and Vale of Leithen, should you be able to bear them.
2017/18 Lowland Champions Spartans open up their title defence at home in this season’s curtain raiser. Their match against University of Stirling is scheduled to take place at Ainslie Park with a 7.45pm kick off on Friday 27th July.